With Sara Coburn and Adam Shaw.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
With Juliet Morris.
For details see Monday
9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Two more reluctant cooks take on the cookery challenge with chef Lesley Waters.
9.45 Kilroy Debate. Stereo W
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen. Today, Dr Mark Porter 's medical desk, vet Michael Payne , and more fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones .
Including at 11.00 News Subtitled;
Regional News and Weather.
See Dr Mark Porter : page 41
Regional News; Weather ....
12.05pm Room for Improvement
Today's programme includes gardening advice and DIY tips, plus a look at sash windows. Presented by Denise Waterman and Sean Rafferty.
12.35 Going for Gold General knowledge quiz, presented by Henry Kelly.
A double bill of the Australian family drama. The Bush Ranger. The search is on for a bushrangerwho has stolen a shipment of gold from the stagecoach.
The Rustlers. Matt is asked to stand in the upcoming elections, but Oliver has his own candidate in mind. Rpt Stereo .
3.30 Today, the gang is dreaming about dinosaurs.
Continuing the Australian animated series about a colt, his brothers and theirfriends the bush animals. Stereo ............................
Children's animation about a group of friendly skeletons. Big, Little and Dog take a trip on a ghost train.
Third of a 13-part drama about a young boy and his pet dog. Jonny and Humphrey make an unusual discovery when things go missing.
More cartoon fun with the adventurous infants.
With Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Romana D'Annunzio.
Repeated tomorrow 8.00am BBC2
Hannah argues with Miranda. Annalise and Joanna get their first client.
Serendipity Ren Gottlieb:
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Fordetails see Monday .............................
Gordon Burns hosts the series of game shows in which two family teams have their powers of observation, logic and communication put to the test, as they compete forthe chance to win a holiday. Producer Bob Cousins ; Executive producer
The news magazine in which Sue
Lawley and a team of reporters present hard hitting investigations and entertaining news stories.
Editor Paul Woolwich
Stories about Britain's unsung heroes and heroines. Tonight's programme honours the work of Judy Fryd who over 50 years ago set up a charity for children with learning difficulties. Today it is known as Mencap.
Other awards go to the four men who saved a couple from near death after a car accident in Cumbria; and Pat Atkinson , who went to India to set up a training centre for orphans, a new hospital and a school forthe deaf.
Presented by Esther Rantzen and Carol Smillie , who this week are joined by Brian Rix and Sue Cook.
Director John Rooney ; Series producer
NickVaughan-Barratt Stereo Subtitled.
With Anne Robinson. Write to Points ofView, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ. Or telephone/fax on (018 1)[number removed]. E-mail address is: email@example.com
Producer Annie Lewis
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Suzanne Charlton
First in a six-part drama series starring Ian McShane
When John Madson is released from prison, after serving eight years for a murder he did not commit, he is determined to discover the truth behind his arrest and false imprisonment. See today's choices.
Ian McShane, a life in the pictures: page 18
Sir Ranald Hearnley:
Introduced by Tony Gubba, with Trevor Brooking.
Featuring highlights of tonight's Premiership matches.
Manchester United face Leeds United at Old Trafford, as they try for their third title in four years. Meanwhile, Newcastle United take on Southampton at St James' Park. With commentaries from John Motson and Barry Davies.
With the World Championship just three days away tonight's programme profiles Scotland's John Higgins. This year he is aiming to claim Stephen Hendry's world title and to depose his fellow countryman as the youngest ever world champion. Ray Stubbs reports.
Comic action road movie, starring Kiefer Sutherland
1989: the spirit of the sixties seems long dead but, as young reactionary FBI agent John Buckner discovers while transporting middle-aged radical Huey Walkerfortrial , the age of rebellion is farfrom over. When both men find themselves in a crooked sheriff's bad books, they are soon on the run from the law, as well as theirown pasts.
Director Franco Amurri (1990,15)
♦ See Films: pages 52-57
Donald R Stark, FBI director: